A Brief Bibliography

Titles are in order by date of publication.

Sanne Wellen. "La Guerra De' Topi e De' Ranocchi, attributed to Andrea del Saro: Considerations on the Poem's Authorship, the Compagnia del Paiuolo, and Vasari." I Tatti Studies: Essays in the Renaissance. Vol. 12, (2009): 181-232.

Wolf-Dietrich Loehr. "Spielformen der Kunst: Andrea del Sarto als Architekt und der Triumph der Wuerste." In: Im Agon der Kuenste: paragonales Denken, aesthetische Praxis und die Diversitaet der Sinne. Hannah Baader, et al. eds. Munich. 2007: 143-168.

Jonathan Unglaub. "Bernardo Accolti, Raphael's 'Parnassus' and a new portrait by Andrea del Sarto." The Burlington Magazine. 149 (2007) 1246: 14-22.

Ezio Buzzegoli and Diane Kunzelman. "Re-use of cartoons on paintings by Andrea del Sarto and Pontormo: a study with high resolution digital scanned IRR." In: La peinture ancienne et ses procedes: copies, repliques, pastiches. Helene Verougstraete et Jacqueline Couvert, eds. Leuven, 2006: 67-78.

Alana O'Brien. "Andrea del Sarto and the Compagnia dello Scalzo." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 48 (2004(2005)): 258-267.

Giorgio Vasari. Das Leben des Andrea del Sarto. Victoria Lorini, ed. Berlin, 2005.

Alana O'Brien. "Andrea del Sarto and the Compagnia Dello Scalzo." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz. 48. Bd., H. 1/2 (2004): 258-267.

Rosanna Caterina Proto Pisani. Il Chiostro dello Scalzo a Firenze: studio e scuola di pittura. The Cloister of the Scalzo in Florence: a study and school of art. Firenze Musei ; Ministero per i Beni le Attivita' Culturali, Soprintendenza Speciale per il Polo Museale Fiorentino. Livorno, 2004.

Sanne Wellen. "Andrea del Sarto "pittore senza errori": between biography, Florentine society, and literature." Ph.D dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 2003. UMI, 2007.

Alessandro Cecchi. "Il ritratto fiorentino del Cinquecento: da Andrea del Sarto a Bronzino." In: Rafael i jego spadkobiercy: portret klasyczny w sztuce nowozytnej Europy. Torun, 2003: 277-296.

Harry Trosman. Andrea Del Sarto Rehabilitated: A Psychoanalytic Emendation. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Vol. 50 no. 4, December (2002): 1239-1258. This takes you to an abstract; you must purchase the article.

John K. G. Shearman. "A lost altarpiece by Andrea Del Sarto, "The Madonna of S. Ambrogio" (Part II)." In: Festschrift fuer Konrad Oberhuber. Achim Gnann und Heinz Widauer, eds. Milan, 2000:124-128.

Antonio Natali. Andrea Del Sarto: maestro della "maniera moderna". Milan, 1998.

David Franklin. "A proposal for early Andrea del Sarto." The Burlington magazine. 139 (1997): 106-108.

Carlo Del Bravo. "Andrea del Sarto." Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di Lettere e Filosofia. 3.Ser. 25, 1995(1996),1/2: 463-483.

Philippe Costamagna and Anne Fabre. "Di alcuni problemi della bottega di Andrea del Sarto." Paragone: Arte. 42 (1991) 491 N.S., 25, pp 15-28.

Marilyn Lavin. The Place of Narrative: Mural Decoration in Italian Churches: 431-1600. Chicago, 1990. (On the Chiostro dello Scalzo)

Alessandro Cecchi. Andrea Del Sarto: catalogo completo dei dipinti. Florence, 1989.

Robert Williams. "A treatise by Francesco Bocchi in praise of Andrea del Sarto." Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. 52 (1989): 111-139.

John K. G. Shearman. "The exhibitions for Andrea del Sarto's fifth centenary." The Burlington Magazine. 129 (1987): 498-502.

Eve Borsook. "Technical Innovation and the Development of Raphael's style in Rome." Canadian Art Review. XII; 2 (1985): 127-136.

John Shearman. "The Chiostro dello Scalzo." Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institues in Florenz. 9: 3/4 (1984): 207-220.

S. J. Freedberg. "A Recovered Work of Andrea del Sarto with Some Notes on a Leonardesque Connection." The Burlington Magazine. Vol. 124, No. 950 (May, 1982): 266+281-288.

Ronald Weissman. Ritual Brotherhood in Renaissance Florence. New York, 1982. (On the Chiostro dello Scalzo)

Eve Borsook. The Mural Painters of Tuscany: from Cimabue to Andrea del Sarto. 2nd edition, revised. Oxford, 1980.

Elizabeth Bieman. "An Eros Manque': Browning's 'Andrea del Sarto'." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. Vol. 10, No. 4, Nineteenth Century (Autumn, 1970): 651-668.

John Shearman. Andrea del Sarto 2 vols. Oxford, 1965.

S. J. Freedberg. Andrea del Sarto. 2 vols. Cambridge, MA. 1963.

John Shearman. "Pontormo and Andrea del Sarto." The Burlington Magazine. 104 (1962): 478-483.

John Shearman. "A lost altar-piece by Andrea del Sarto "The Madonna of S. Ambrogio". The Burlington Magazine. 103 (1961): 225-230.

John Shearman. "Rosso, Pontormo, Bandinelli and others at SS. Annunziata." The Burlington Magazine 102 (1960) 685: 152-156.

John Shearman. "Andrea del Sarto's portrait at Alnwick." The Burlington Magazine. 102 (1960) 685: 167.

John Shearman. "Three portraits by Andrea del Sarto and his circle." The Burlington Magazine. 102 (1960) 683: 58-63.

John Shearman. "Andrea del Sarto's two paintings of Assumption." The Burlington Magazine. 101 (1959): 124-134.

George Martin Richter. "An Early Portrait by Andrea del Sarto." The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. Vol. 73, No. 428 (November, 1938): 190-193.

James Ward. "Andrea Del Sarto." The Irish Monthly. Vol. 49, No. 571 (January, 1921): 20-24.

Catholic Encyclopedia. Entry by Gaston Sartois, 1912.

Ernest Jones. "The Influence of Andrea del Sarto's Wife on His Art." 1913; available through Google books or in Essays in applied psycho-analysis London and Vienna, 1923. A disciple of Freud, Jones is perhaps most famous for his book Hamlet and Oedipus, so influential on John Barrymore's own production of the play. Jones' work is now discredited by many but he certainly had a knack for choosing intriguing subjects: how about "The Madonna's conception through the ear" in this collection?

'Andrea del Sarto' by Robert Browning. Poem from 1855. Browning lived in Florence for several years and here shows his reading of Vasari.

Web Gallery of Art.

Andrea del Sarto and Value Lecture. An explanation of the frescoes by Andrea del Sarto in the Chiostro dello Scalzo in Florence. Narrator not identified.

On the Madonna of the Harpies. Beautiful reprodution and a good essay by Natasha Wallace.

Paintings and drawings. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Several works. Art Institute of Chicago.

The Wife of Domenico da Gambassi. "1525/1528." Art Institute of Chicago.

One painting and several drawings. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.

St. John the Baptist. Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts.

Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist. North Carolina Museum of Art.

Four Drawings. Getty Museum.

Two paintings. National Gallery, London.

Drawing: Four Studies of a Child. The British Museum. London.

Two paintings and a drawing. The Royal Collection, UK.

Portrait of Domenico di Jacopo di Matteo, called 'Becuccio Bicchieraio'. National Galleries of Scotland.

Madonna and Child. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Two paintings. The Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Three paintings. Kunsthistorisches Musum, Vienna.

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